4141 Winding Way
Tucson, AZ 85750
Highly skilled massage therapist with more than 10 years' experience in a wide range of healing modalities. I am seeking to join a wellness center as a partner or associate. The ideal setting would include practitioners who value open communication, high ethical standards and dedication to providing high-quality client care. My goal is to provide bodywork that honors the body, mind and heart of each client, combining my skills in Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, aquatic massage, energy work, Asian style belly work and nonviolent communication.
Moving Spirit Massage Therapy, Tucson, AZ
Sole Proprietor. 1997 - Present.
Wellness Institute, Tucson, AZ
Massage School Coordinator. 2002 - 2005
Healing Arts Spa, Tucson, AZ
Assistant Manager. 2000 - 2001
Mountain Institute Holistic Health, Tucson, AZ
2001 N. Pine Road
San Francisco, CA 94995
To establish an acupuncture practice working with clients who seek a safe and natural way to get well and enjoy vibrant health. My goal is to join or create a group practice at a holistic health center with other practitioners, such as physical therapists, chiropractors, bodyworkers, naturopathic physicians and medical doctors.
Areas of special interest include pediatrics, pre- and post-surgery support, and eye diseases. Received letter of commendation from faculty for demonstrating highly effective diagnostic assessment and acupuncture treatment skills during my senior internship.
California College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Master of Science in Health Science, Oriental Medicine Program (O.M.D.), San Francisco, CA. 2006.
Curriculum and training focused on history and philosophy of Chinese medicine, diagnostic assessment, acupuncture needling techniques, Chinese herbology, tongue and pulse diagnosis, adjunct treatments such as moxibustion, case studies, ethics and business management.
California Licensed Acupuncturist, 2007
The California College of Traditional Chinese Medicine curriculum and internship practice focuses on blending the holistic approach of ancient Chinese acupuncture and herbology with modern healthcare.
The program closely aligned with current O.M.D. training in China. Clincal practice and internship included:
As an adjunct to the clinical training component of the program, I annually attended two grand rounds conducted by California College of Traditional Chinese Medicine faculty. During these sessions, faculty presented interesting or difficult cases and demonstrated appropriate treatment.
San Rafael College of Acupuncture, San Rafael, CA. Business Manager, 2001-2002.
Managed student acupuncture clinic. Responsible for patient scheduling, bookkeeping, ordering clinic supplies, coordinating laundry services and maintaining student practitioner attendance records.